Hinge Reveals Best Conversation Starters, Openers | Time
Transform yourself into the Don Juan(ita) of dating sites. Hinge published a report Thursday on the best ways to start a conversation with with someone new, it sent them a prompt to use one of the conversation starters. Dating app Hinge argues these are the most effective conversation starters, openers. The "relationship app" Hinge pulled data to determine which conversations starters and prompts lead to the best conversations.
In fact, if you truly want to maximize your results, keep track of every opening line you send and every response it gets.
This handy response rate calculator makes it as easy as it can possibly be… Believe In Second Chances Your data will let you know which messages perform best in general, and those are the keepers. There could be thousands of reasons, and not all of them have to do with you.
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Whatever the reason, give her a second chance by sending a follow up message. But keep things lighthearted, the last thing you want is to sound desperate for a response. GIFs pair well with follow up messages too. The more unanswered messages you send the stronger that whiff of desperation starts to smell.
- “Where to find me at the party…”
- “My last meal would be…”
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Use her first name. Pay attention to spell check. Messages with spelling, punctuation, and grammar errors are a dealbreaker for many women, so proofread your conversation starter before sending it.
Message her in the evening. As you can see from the graph below, the best time to send a Tinder message is around 9 pm. Tinder conversations have a short shelf life, so you want to move things off the app as quickly as possible by getting her number or scheduling a date.
When she responds to your opener, you need to move the conversation forward before she loses interest and moves on, or her Tinder profile disappears. The easiest way to keep the momentum going is by asking her a question each time you send a message.
Generally, answering a question is easier than thinking of something new to say. Think of it as saving her from that awkward silence at a cocktail party when the conversation stalls. Keep track of the lines that work best for you, and use them again and again. If you send a message that falls flat, you can still save the convo. For instance, if she replies: Just tell me more about your tastes… Night out on the town or Netflix?
Chocolate cheesecake or warm apple pie? Hiking in the mountains or body surfing at the beach? The poorest performers are typically negative or pessimistic in tone.
Hinge 2 Know your match's age If you're using a dating app that shows a person's age on their profile, that information might come in handy when you're sending a first message. Matches tend to respond to different types of questions, depending on their age, according to Hinge's study.
Peoplefor example, value questions that are novel and surprising, like this: Advil, Tylenol, or complaining?
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Don't use a creepy pick-up line. No one likes those. Instead, talk about food: Hinge's report found that women are 40 percent more likely to reply to a message regarding food or culinary trends.
Men like to receive direct, assertive messages, and they're 98 percent more likely to respond to invitations such as "Drinks soon?
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In Los Angeles, entertainment rules. For conversation starters referencing celebrities, people in L. Opening lines that specifically mentioned the dairy product received 58 percent more responses.